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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... Poland hoping we would see sun, but ended up with clouds. We got through customs and got some cool punches, and headed to find a taxi to the hostel. It turns out after living in Bangor and watching everyone drive on the wrong side of the car and the road to us, in Poland they drive on the same side of the car we do. It was so strange to adjust to the driver being on the opposite side after seeing them on the left for three months.
After a bit ...
... 8364;60 one way.
Ciao to a fantastic 4 nights in Venice.
We were flying Air Brussells and had a stop over in Brussells unfortunately as there were no direct flights from Venice to Krakow.
We were unable to check in prior to getting there so we needed to check in and get our luggage sorted and go through customs all very quickly and because we were there so early we were unable to do anything until the check in gates opened 2 hours prior to departing.
All went ...
... enough out for the next couple of days, but when we got to the door it was just horrible outside. We asked the hostel manager if the pizza place they advertise for takes cards - and they do - so now we're waiting for pizza delivery to the hostel. So for tonight we'll put exploring Krakow on hold. Tomorrow will be a mixed bag. On the one hand, we'll be happy because it should be sunny - on the other hand we'll be depressed because we'll have visited the Auschwitz ...
... at this actual factory, just a short walk from my hotel. The museum graphically describes Krakow during the war years. The highlight for me was a film which interviewed former employees who talked about their experiences at that time & in particular their dealings with Oscar Schindler, who became a saviour really, eventually putting his own life in danger ...
... in the western rocky slope of the Wawel Hill above the Vistula (Wisla) river bank has been known as the monster’s den.In fact, the Dragon’s Lair (Polish ‘Smocza Jama’) is the area’s oldest residence, inhabited by man from the Stone Age through the 16th century. A
bony life-size bronze sculpture of the Krakow Dragon stands on a boulder by the exit of the Dragon's ...